New Liquid Helium Recycling System Offers Sustainable Research

Starting January 2024, Brock University Chemistry Department Nuclear Magnetic Resonance laboratory has a helium recovery system capable of liquefying up to 20 L daily. 90 percent of the helium used to keep our NMR superconductive magnets cold is now recycled. This project was done in collaboration with Quantum Technologies a Canadian company located in Squamish, British Columbia.

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